India’s public EV charging infrastructure readiness: A case study of Haryana state

The briefing paper discusses the readiness of public electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the state of Haryana, India. As India aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2070, various states have formulated EV policies to promote EV adoption. However, the lack of sufficient charging stations in Haryana—a state known for its industrial growth, infrastructure development, and urbanization—remains a major challenge.

Figure 3b. Number of public charging stations per 1,000 EVs in Haryana’s 22 districts.

The analysis highlights the need for further development and equitable distribution of public EV charging infrastructure in Haryana to support the state’s ambitious EV adoption goals and contribute to India’s carbon neutrality objectives.